Dentist Launches Campaign To Support Operation Smile

Avi Weisfogel, DDS has a passion for smiles. He began his career in 1999 when he started his own dental practice in New Jersey. As a dentist, he understands the impact a healthy smile has on a person. Weisfogel strongly believes that children deserve the best possible care. He is also actively involved in charity work.
This passion led Weisfogel to create a GoFundMe campaign to support Operation Smile. He set a goal of two thousand dollars to help this amazing organization. Avi Weisfogel chose Operation Smile as the beneficiary of his campaign because of their extensive work with cleft lip and cleft palette surgeries.
Operation Smile performs surgeries free of charge to children and young adults around the globe. They specialize in surgeries to repair cleft lip, cleft palette, and other facial deformities. Operation Smile works with local healthcare professionals, governments, and other organizations to ensure the patients get the best care while staying close to their native area. This allows the patient to receive their medical care suited to their own culture and in their native language. They use multiple resources so they can provide medical assistance to the greatest possible number of afflicted children. This organization also works to help train medical personnel around the world.
Founded by Bill and Kathy McGee in 1982, Operation Smile began to help children in need of these medical services in the Philippines. They have since built a vast network throughout eighty countries. Their teams have helped over 200,000 children receive the surgeries required to make their lives better.

1 thought on “Dentist Launches Campaign To Support Operation Smile”

  1. This is the very reason that operation smile performs surgeries free of charge to children. They really do have to maek ammends because bestessays au has done theirs too right from the get-go. This is indeed the best opportunity for them.

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